Step-Up Green Climate Warriors Initiative is an Eco-smart friendly non-profit Organization which was founded in 2018 under the principle of aiding adequate undertaking of environmentally friendly practices, as an avenue towards charting the course for a better world that we all crave for and support of the earth-saving initiative. Our primary aim is targeted at bringing clean safe water to communities around the world and sensitizing humanity at a very young age so that they can cut down on the use of ozone-depleting products as they grow up, as well as embrace the environment in their neighbourhood, one piece of nature at a time.
Our template of work takes the form of WASH intervention programs, Tree Planting, Humanitarian Services, Eco-Smart Orientation Programs, Climate Change Education, Public Awareness, Better Waste Disposal Mechanisms and Advocacy for more Effective Climate Change Solutions with its base in Nigeria.
As Climate Warriors, we undertake various reach outs, to schools, rural communities, urban slums and various volunteering activities, as we’ve undertaken projects such as clean water projects in remote villages, tree planting, plastic upcycling, and increasing the masses’ capacity to respond to the adverse effects of climate crisis alongside other outcomes, all in our quest to ensuring better climatic practices are taught and practically encouraging the mass populace, with keen attention on Youths, towards ensuring they continually undertake and facilitate the realization of better environmental outcomes. We collaborate and we are open to various partnerships, that are geared towards contributing alongside progressively impacting the world.
To ensure a climate future in which everyone has dignified access to clean water and human practices no longer result in significant global carbon emissions by halting global warming all over the world.
Our mission is targeted to achieve a Clean Drinking Water-Secure world for all in our communities which is a HUMAN RIGHT and sensitizing humanity at a very young age so that they can cut down on the use of ozone-depleting products as they grow up, as well as embrace the environment in their neighbourhood, one piece of nature at a time.